St. Croix - USVI
Isla de Flores, Petén, un vuelo fotogrametrico realizado para mejorar condiciones de ornato y administracion de la misma Isla, considerada Patrimonio de la Nacion de Guatemala.
Vuelo realizado por Juan Pablo Palacios Altán, de empresa Vuelo Panorama.
acreditenos como vuelo_panorama (en instagram) otra perspectiva de la isla de flores, Petén, Guatemala.
This shot and some other survey shots on my instagram @portsidesurvey
The Stubachersonnblickkees one of our smalest (1km²) research glaciers from Georesearch, but the most beautiful Glacier-scenerys with its Glacierlakes in an Altitude between 2000m and 3100m in Austria. Every time you have a wind lottery comes the Föhn or not
This is an Ortho from a project in the old Charterhouse called “Certosa di Calci” just outside the city of Pisa, in Tuscany, Italy. The Charterhouse was founded in 1366/67 and now is the house of the Museum of Natural History and of the Territory of the University of Pisa. Please credit @alpharobotix (on IG, Facebook or LinkedIn). The Ortho was captured with a DJI Phantom4 Pro running Pix4D Capture from an height of 80mt.
Where exactly is this? Is there a story behind why you took aerial images of it?
And do you have in IG account you’d like to tagged?
Hi @Rodrigo-Goncalves Thanks a lot for your comment, very happy you like the shot.
Indeed this area is called “wine river” due to the color of the same, it is placed in Huelva, Spain.
The reason of the color is due to all the minerals and rest of the materials used in the mines, starting on Copper Age, imagine!!
From Madrid, I travelled past September to discover this place with some friends. While they were focused on getting the color the shots from the ground, I took with me the Inspire 2. Grabbed the backpack and walked around 2km to get this shot. I was sure the texture and shapes that I could get from the air where going to shock, indeed this looks more like an abstract painting… The videos are amazing as well.
Happy to get tagged as @motivadrone Thanks again
The purpose of this job was to expedite an ALTA As-Built survey. The team delivered much faster than conventional topographic survey method. All of the line work was digitized from the orthomosiac and then converted to 3D using the DTM. See the .pdf for higher resolution.
Credit to Kevin McLemore and Civic Engineering and IT.
Crater at Rincon de Parangueo, Guanajuato, Mexico. During the mapping done as part of a geophysical study for the Geophysics Center of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Please credit us as @AV3Aerovisual on instagram.
320 feet, DJI Inspire, Zenmuse X5S, 1/1600 seg., f/5.0, 15 mm 1.7, ISO 100.
20°25’50.172" N 101°14’48.071" W
I took this picture in Spain last year. Was in a rush, and then spotted this maze at a park so couldn’t resist.
This is an old traditional salt pans in the island of Malta in Europe.
Rocks have been painstakingly carved out into salt pans. They probably date back to Roman ages. The irregular shapes of the pans fitting together like intricate patchwork make a wonderful sight…
Winter 2019 - DJI Mavic 2 zoom
All the pictures are amazing! Keep them coming!
This is part of an Orthomosaic generated using PIX4D Mapper. It is an abandoned orphanage built in 1928 and abandoned since 1971. Known as Woodmen’s Circle Home in Sherman, Texas
Hello Pix4D friends, it is a pleasure to share and participate in this challenge.
I share this Orthomosaic of the Huaca Pucllana ceremonial center of the cultural Lima, located in the district of Miraflores in Lima the capital of Peru.
Captured with DJI mavic 2 pro at a height of 60 meters, the type of mission used was an irregular polygon in Pix4D capture. The dataset was 484 photographs.
Work done for the Ministry of Culture of Peru.
If it is shared on social networks please share at the following addresses:
If you require the original mosaic please contact me and I will gladly share them!!
in this link you can visualize the mosaic next to the google satellite layer: